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Cultural Tourism

  • Citadel Baharestan Birjand

    Citadel Baharestan Birjand is one of the historic mansions of Birjand, which is, of course, not a pleasant day. The construction of the Baharestan organ dates back to the time of Amir Alam Khan, the son of Amir Alam Khan. One of the important historical events can be the refugee of Lotf Ali Khan Zand and his companions to the organ.

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  • Gardens and Rahim Abad Mansion of Birjand

    Rahim Abad Garden and Mansion Complex is one of the attractions of the city of Birjand, which is located in a village with the same name. The Rahim Abad garden has two entrances, with access to the inside of the same two.

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  • Chahar-Derakht Bath in Birjand (Pahlavani Museum)

    A Chahar-Derakht bath of Birjand is an example of the old baths in Birjand. And now part of it has been changed as a Zoorkhaneh Puriya but has been used to perform ancient sport. The Chahar-Derakht bath of Birjand is located in the so-called "Sarabe-miyan-de" in the south of Chahar-Derakht Squar and is one of the two large baths in the city.

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  • Khirouz Toun Bath (Ferdows Museum of Anthropology)

    Khirouz Bath is one of the beautiful and historic buildings of the city of Ton dating back to the Safavid period, with its extensions in the Pahlavi era, especially in Surbineh. The architecture of this bathroom, such as Sardasht and Koshk baths, is unique in the area.

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  • House of Taqavi Nehbandan (House of Akram Khan)

    The house of Taghavi Nehbandan, also known as the house of Akram Khan, is located within the Nehbandan historical context. According to the evidences of the existing architecture, this building is related to the Qajar period.

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  • Ataei Noghab Garden House

    Ataee's Historical House located in the Noghab village, Dermayan, belongs to the late Qajar and early Pahlavi periods.

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  • Salari House (Nehbandan Museum of Anthropology)

    Salari House is one of the historic houses of southern Khorasan, which has now become a private museum. The old Nehbandan house dates back to the Qajar period, and its name was taken from the previous owner, Mr. Salari.

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  • Sultani's House (Qa'in Anthropology Museum)

    Soltani's House is one of the historic houses of southern Khorasan, which is located in Qa'in's Janbazan Street. The building of the old Soltani house belonged to the Soltani family of landlords and elders of Qa'inat. The ground floor of the Soltani Qa'in home has now become the Museum of Anthropology and is visited by tourists.

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  • Etemadinia's House (Birjand Museum of Anthropology)

    The historic building of Etemadinia House in the center of Birjand's historic texture is a solid foundation for the architectural features of the warm and dry regions of Iran, whose architectural and design spaces are fully characterized by climatic and social and religious conditions. People are in harmony.

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  • Toun Township Typical Tourism

    In the early Islamic centuries, Toun township has been one of the most popular areas in Khorasan. Tuna is from the most ancient cities of Khorasan, which is considered to be on the margin of salt, from ancient times, one of the important dams of East to West of Iran.

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  • St. Abraham Church

    The church is dedicated to Saint Abraham. Abraham is Father in Faith of the 3 religions, Christianity, Islam and Judaism. By choosing Abraham as the patron of the Church, the Dominicans showed their desire that it would become a place of study, encounter, and understanding between people of different faiths.

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  • The Earth Science Museum

    Because of all persons don`t have enough time to spending for dedicates of this science in natural ways therefore museum rule became more egregious. “Earth Science Museum“ is the good window for this varied world.

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  • Khaash Irendegan castle

    Khash castles in the libraries section and 100 km from Khash city with an area of 564 square meters and built in three floors; the time of construction of this castle dates back to the Qajar period, and the center of the government of the villagers and the surrounding countryside It's gone.

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  • Zabol Mochi castle (chi castle)

    Zabol Mochi castle , also known as Qal'eh, is a collection of beautiful buildings and headquarters of the royal family during the Safavid period, located 60 km southwest of Zabul. The entrance of the building has a beautiful veranda that has been run by a fan of arches and tidbits.

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  • Iranshahr Bampur Castle

    Bampur Castle Iranshahr is located in the north of the city of Bampur and is considered one of the most important historical castles, which unfortunately many parts of it are being destroyed. Bempour Castle is the most famous and at the same time the most important castle in Balochistan, which is built on an artificial hill in Sistan and Baluchestan province.

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  • Nichshahr Chanof Castle

    Chanof Castle during Mirlavia Khan's procession along with Naser-al-Din Shah Qajar foundation and in 1324 AH is completed by his son. The most important decoration of the building is related to the doors and windows engraved on it.

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  • Sistan and Baloochestan Three Mountains castle

    Three Mountains Castle is one of the historical castles of Sistan and Baluchestan Province, which is located in a village of the same name. The materials used in the three-hill fort of the straw are mud, raw clay and plaster and mortar.

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  • The Portuguese castle of Chabahar (castle teas)

    The Portuguese castle of Chabahar and its historical events are certainly familiar to any Iranian, but if you are interested in seeing the castle in close proximity to the caves, head to the village of Tis from the suburbs. The fortress, also known as the castle of Tis, belongs to the Islamic era.

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  • Castle of Qasr-e Ghand-e Sistan and Baloochestan

    Qasr Qandar Castle is located in the heart of Qasr-e Qandar on the east side of the mosque. It dates back to the Safavid period. The old castle has been the headquarters of rulers of the tribal elite.

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  • Naseri Square, Iranshahr

    Castle Nasseri, also known as Iranshahr Castle, is one of the most important castles in Sistan and Balouchestan, which is located in the city of Iranshahr, and is now being visited by tourists after restoration and restoration.

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